Historically, Crown Energy has not had a nomination committee, which is a deviation from the Code of Corporate Governance. The Board decided with the principal shareholders that a nomination committee is currently not necessary in view of the composition of shareholders. Depending on any future changes in shareholders, the issue of a nominations committee may need to be raised again and Crown Energy is planning to engage in an ongoing dialogue with the principal shareholders on this issue.
A nomination committee’s main tasks are to present proposals for election of the Chairman of the Board and Board members, fees to Board members, election of auditors, and auditor fees to the AGM. Principles for appointing the nomination committee are resolved at the AGM.